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You can add rapper DaBaby to the long list of rappers who knock up multiple women in accordance with the Bible.

DaBaby's girlfriend, MeMe announced the news on social media on Tuesday, calling him the "#1 capper."

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MeMe put her baby's father on blast, saying he got another woman pregnant. The news comes after DaBaby flew his fiancee and their daughter to the Super Bowl to party all weekend.

MeMe reportedly learned of her unborn stepchild in text messages while going through her man's cell phone. She found texts from an Instagram entrepreneur Latoia Danet' (pictured below).
 

Though her heart was breaking, MeMe addressed DaBaby's cheating ways on her Instagram.

"And speaking the truth does not mean I am not a GOD FEARING WOMAN, this is why we are here today," MeMe wrote in response to criticism from DaBaby's fans who told her it was God's will.

'Never be afraid to speak about what is right and what's wrong," she wrote.

DaBaby, aka Baby Jesus, responded to MeMe's posts by reminding her that God commanded man to "be fruitful and multiply" to "replenish the earth."

DaBaby wrote:

"When your love, loyalty and selflessness gets taken for granted, and everything you have to offer still ain't enough... You better understand that's God talking. Accept what is is, make the adjustments, and deal with everything that come wit it."

DaBaby, 28, is best known for his singles "Suge" and "Bop" off his debut album Baby On Baby (2019). The diminutive rapper was featured on the cover of XXL's Freshman Class of 2019.

Rap mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs called DaBaby the hottest rapper in the game right now.
 

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Rapper DaBaby couldn't help himself when he spotted a curvy mannequin in a convenience store. The rapper dropped his pants and simulated sex acts with the mannequin until it broke in half.

The "Suge" rapper has been in the headlines for non-music related incidents lately. DaBaby, real name Jonathan Kirk, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon and "self-defense" after a shootout in a Huntersville, NC Walmart. A 19-year-old man was killed in the shootout. Charges against the rapper were dropped in March 2019.

Earlier this month, DaBaby was arrested in Miami in connection with the robbery and assault of a music promoter. He was released from jail on $1,500 bond.
 

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A woman claims rapper DaBaby fathered her 5-year-old son and abandoned them both without so much as a phone call.

The woman, who posts under the username Detreatk Green, put the rapper on blast on Sunday for not claiming his mini-me son in 5 years.

In a post on Facebook she uploaded a photo of her adorable son, who resembles DaBaby right down to the confident attitude and toothy grin.

"I hate I had to come to social media to finally put the truth out. But it bothers me so bad that DaBaby out here not claiming OUR child," Green wrote. "He's now 5 years old and Dababy had yet to even SEE own his child [sic] in person. No contact no nothing. Just remember it took two of us to make this child."

The rapper, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, publicly claims a son and a daughter. The promiscuous rapper reportedly has multiple unclaimed children in the wild.

The 28-year-old Capricorn was released from a Miami jail late Saturday after posting $1,500 bond.

DaBaby was arrested last week and charged with misdemeanor battery following an altercation with a Miami music promoter.

The music promoter admitted paying DaBaby $20,000 cash upfront for a performance on Thursday. But DaBaby claims he was promised $30,000.

Video allegedly shows DaBaby and another member of his entourage assault the man and go through his pockets.

The man told police he was robbed of $80 and an iPhone 7, and DaBaby poured apple juice on him.
 

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Rapper DaBaby is still locked up in a Miami jail after a violent encounter with a local club promoter who allegedly owed him $10,000. The altercation was caught on the hotel's surveillance cameras.

The unidentified promoter told police the rapper robbed him of $80 and his iPhone 7 before pouring apple juice on him outside the posh Novotol Hotel on Brickell Avenue in Miami.

The rapper appeared in a Miami courtroom on Friday, where he waived extradition to Texas. By waiving extradition, DaBaby agrees to be transported by sheriff's deputies to the state of Texas to face charges there.

Meanwhile, there is the matter of $250,000 in cash that DaBaby says he left in his Miami hotel room when he was arrested. He told Judge Mindy Glazer about the money.

A video that surfaced online Friday, allegedly shows the rapper robbing the promoter in front of the hotel.

It isn't clear if DaBaby, real name Jonathan Kirk, was a guest at the hotel when the alleged robbery went down.

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The promoter said DaBaby and his crew assaulted him because they believed he shorted the rapper $10,000 following a performance at a Miami nightclub.

The promoter allegedly gave DaBaby $20,000 upfront for a performance that was scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 2. DaBaby was arrested by Miami police that same day, and charged with battery, a misdemeanor. He is being held on $1,500 bail.

The 28-year-old "Suge" rapper is also being held on an outstanding warrant out of Dallas, Texas, where he is charged with engaging in criminal activity.
 


 

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Surveillance video posted on social media allegedly shows rapper DaBaby robbing another man in a Miami parking lot.

In the video, a diminutive man wearing a black hood over his head is seen dragging another man on the ground.

The unidentified promoter told police the rapper robbed him of $80, and his iPhone 7 before pouring apple juice on him.

The promoter said DaBaby and his crew assaulted him because they believed he shorted the rapper $10,000 following a performance at a Miami nightclub.

The promoter allegedly gave DaBaby $20,000 upfront, but he failed to deliver on the promised $10,000.

DaBaby was arrested on Thursday, Jan. 2, and charged with simple battery, a misdemeanor. He was released on $1,500 bond.
 

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Rapper DaBaby was arrested in Miami, Florida on a battery charge in connection with an armed robbery investigation.

The 28-year-old rapper was taken into custody by officers on Thursday, Jan. 2.

TMZ.com reports there were seven police cars on the scene when the popular musician was taken into custody.

The rapper was initially detained for questioning about the robbery involving members of his entourage who allegedly jumped a man and stole his money. TMZ later reported that DaBaby had been arrested.

His bond was set at $1,500, according to the website.

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DaBaby's arrest is the latest in a string of legal troubles for the rising rap star. Just two weeks ago, the "Suge" hitmaker, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, was arrested on weapons and drug charges following a concert in his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.

After being detained for concealing a weapon and being in possession of marijuana, the star hit back at authorities for targeting him whenever he plays in the area, writing on his Instagram Stories: "Dirty a*s police department try to take me to jail every time I got a show in the city."

DaBaby is already on probation for a weapons charge stemming from an altercation inside a Huntersville Walmart that left one man dead. Police say Jalyn Craig, 19, was shot once in the abdomen. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

On Saturday, the "Kirk" rapper bumped into Sean "Puffy" Combs outside Club Story on Miami Beach. Combs, 50, told DaBaby he is the hottest rapper in the game right now.

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Sean "Puffy" Combs gave rapper DaBaby the ultimate endorsement on New Year's Day. Combs, 50, bumped into the "Kirk" rapper outside Club Story in Miami Beach, and told him he was the hottest rapper in the game right now.

Video footage captured the moment between the young rap artist and the aging rap mogul.

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DaBaby is best known for his single "Suge", off his debut studio album, Baby on Baby (2019). "Suge" peaked at no. 7 on the Billboard 100 chart. His 2nd album, Kirk debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

DaBaby's meteoric rise to the top of the charts made him one of the top rappers in 2019.

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Drake, arguably the rapper of the decade, surprised DaBaby by joining him onstage at the Toronto stop of his Kirk tour last month.

"2018, 2017, I used to watch you rep your city," Drake told DaBaby in a video posted to DaBaby's Instagram account. "I used to watch you love your city, And look, we don't say this to each other enough as rappers but I wanna say congratulation. You're killing this."

The Internet erupted last month after DaBaby's fake sex tape went viral on Twitter.com.

The real sex tape was scrubbed from the Internet after being shopped to the blogs.
 

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Rapper DaBaby was arrested on weapons and drug charges following his sold out concert in Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday, Dec. 23.

The "Suge" rapper, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, was detained for carrying a concealed weapon and being in possession of a small amount of marijuana, according to local TV station WSOC-TV.

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Taking to his Instagram Stories following his release from custody, the rap star hit back at authorities for targeting him whenever he plays in the area, writing: "Dirty a*s police department try to take me to jail every time I got a show in the city."

The news of his arrest came days after DaBaby was forced to deny his nudes leaked on Twitter.com. The racy video clip showed a man exposing himself while rapping along to DaBaby's music.

But the man in the video was not the same guy - alleged to be DaBaby - in another racy video being shopped around to the blogs.

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The person sent a screenshot from the video to prove its authenticity. When I asked for more proof, the individual sent a short 5-second video clip (for research purposes).

Your auntie informed the individual that Sandrarose.com is a family-friendly blog. Subsequently, all communications, videos, images, etc., pertaining to that discussion were deleted.

Your auntie was impressed enough to make DaBaby your Morning Wood on Friday, but some of you ladies are very hard to please.

When Black Twitter exploded in reaction to "DaBaby's sex tape," I assumed it was the same video.

I clicked the link (like most of you), but I immediately realized it wasn't the same guy in both videos.

DaBaby himself confirmed the eggplant wasn't his. The Internet later identified the guy as sex worker @Jrippher.
 

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Rumor has it that rapper DaBaby is the third celebrity to have a nude tape leak online this week. DaBaby is best known for his single "Suge", off his debut studio album, Baby on Baby (2019). "Suge" peaked at no. 7 on the Billboard 100 chart. His 2nd album, Kirk debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

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DaBaby, real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Later, he moved with his single mom to Charlotte, NC. He was born under the star sign Capricorn.

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DaBaby, formerly known as Baby Jesus, is a diminutive man (5'-4"), but his chocolate skin and an air of confidence make him a hit with the ladies. He is the father of at least 2 children (that he knows of).

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Rapper DaBaby may be a sweetheart to his mama, pictured with him at this weekend's BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta, but his fans are afraid to approach him due to his bodyguards' reputation for extreme violence.

DaBaby ran into one of his voluptuous fans while out shopping and spending his hard earned cash at a mall in Atlanta. DaBaby was in town to perform at the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, October 5.

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The single mom was so flustered when she saw her favorite rapper, that she hyperventilated and broke out in a cold sweat.

But she calmed down when DaBaby asked her for a hug and then complimented her vintage ride.

"I didn't want to get knocked out!" the woman said before hugging the rap star.

DaBaby's bodyguards have a reputation for violence and knocking out his overzealous fans, particularly the females.

DaBaby is a little thing, about 5-foot-6, so he needs all the protection he can get.

DaBaby made headlines this weekend when his new album Kirk kept the iconic Beatles album Abbey Road from returning to No. 1 for the classic album's 50th anniversary reissue.

The Beatles' Abbey Road debuted at No. 1 in the UK, but DaBaby's album Kirk kept Abbey Road from a historic chart double on the Billboard 200. Kirk dropped on Sept. 27 to rave reviews from music critics and 145,000 equivalent sales.

The North Carolina rapper is best known for his single "Suge" off his debut album, Baby On Baby (2019).

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DaBaby used a throwback photo that shows him as an infant sitting on his daddy's lap for the Kirk album cover.

The 27-year-old Capricorn, who was born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, named his second studio album after his and his dad's surname.

"Kirk, my last name, it holds big weight. It's all about confidence, being a leader. It's going to be the title of my new album, too, by the way," he said in an interview last year.